Two of the most common words for "hot" and "warm" in Korean are 덥다 and 따뜻하다, respectively. But these don't cover all of the ways that these words are used in English when referring to temperature. When talking about the weather, use 덥다 to say that it's "hot." But when talking about a cup of coffee, use 뜨겁다. These verbs and more are covered in this week's newest episode of "Korean FAQ."
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